Jakob Kukuk letter
The letter and envelope were sent by Jakob Kukuk in Nazi-occupied Poland to Adolph Cook in New York, N.Y. German censor marks are stamped on the envelope.
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Also in Henry Cook collection
Contains materials donated by Henry Cook, documenting the experiences of his family during the Holocaust.
The papers consist of a photograph of guards and Jewish workers at a labor camp, six propaganda photographs of Adolf Hitler and other Nazi leaders with German captions on the verso, and three propaganda cartoons depicting Germany's enemy, Great Britain.
Registration card issued to Chaim Kukuk, skilled labor card for Jewish slave labor for Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft.
Booklet concerning former concentration camp Dachau.